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Skinning and boning knife #8436335 11/02/21 12:53 AM
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So I have bought 50.00 to 350.00 maybe more trying to find the best skinning and deboning knife. I’ve watched the processors and I see that they are using the Dexter boning knives. I’m finding them anywhere from 5.00 to 35 bucks. Can someone guide me to the best ones please. We do all our own processing so I’m not apposed to a full set.

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Re: Skinning and boning knife [Re: BlackSnake] #8436475 11/02/21 02:57 AM
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I do fine with a forschner, old hickory, russell, dexter
5-6" boning knife. I have a couple of different skinners
I've been trying but I haven't figured a "best" one yet.
No real need for a "set" of anything
It's something each person has to try for themselves.
I prefer the longer blades. I've used the small blades, and
it can surely be done with a small blade, but it takes me
too long, and the meat ends up looking like it has a
bunch of bite marks out of it.
I can do it all with just a boning knife, but the skinning takes
me a bit longer

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